How To Contact Diesel Brothers?

You can reach client support by dialing 855.482.1155 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST Saturday, except national holidays.

Is it possible for you to pay a visit to the Diesel Brothers store?



Information on the tour:

We adore our followers! And we’re ecstatic you’ve decided to pay us a visit! We are unable to give tours during the production of our Discovery Network Reality TV Series, Diesel Brothers. We can’t have fans in the shop since the film crew is shooting around the clock. For liability and secrecy issues, we can’t have them.

Come in and check out our merchandise, pick up a shirt or hat, see some of our renowned builds up close and personal, and catch some behind-the-scenes action through our viewing window (when the film crew is filming on-site), and we’ll see you there! We’d be delighted to welcome you!

Is the Diesel Brothers still a going concern?

The Diesel Brothers have made a comeback. Heavy D and Diesel Dave are officially back for another season after seven seasons of monster truck construction and insane stunts.

What is the location of the Diesel Brothers?

Diesel Brothers is a reality television show that airs in the United States. The series premiered on Discovery Channel on January 4, 2016. The show revolves around a group of Utah friends who fix and customize pickup trucks.

The Diesel Siblings are not truly brothers, despite their name and physical likeness. David “Heavy D” Sparks and David “Diesel Dave” Kiley opened a repair shop for all types of automobiles with the support of two additional men. They shared a number of videos on YouTube, one of which led to an appearance on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show. The Diesel Brothers were then contacted by the Discovery Channel.

The series was renewed for a sixth season on November 15, 2019, and it premiered on December 9, 2019.

On July 16, 2020, it was reported that on August 8, 2020, a three-hour television special titled Diesel Brothers: Monster Jam Breaking World Records would air.

Who is behind the wheel of the BroDozer monster truck?

DieselSellerz and FELD Motorsports own BroDozer, a diesel-powered monster truck. It’s based on the Discovery Channel TV show Diesel Brothers, and it’s piloted by Heavy D and Diesel Dave, who also star in the show. The truck was also driven by Colt Stephens. The truck has made Monster Jam history by being the first of its sort to compete in the league since its start in 2018.

Dave Sparks, who is he?

Dave Sparks is a Salt Lake City, Utah-based entrepreneur, custom automobile builder, and social media star. Heavy D is his stage moniker. Dave has been fascinated by anything with a motor or wheels since he was a child. He has always pushed the mechanical limits of vehicles, from his first motorcycle, a 1976 Yamaha YZ80, to his most famous design, the Mega Ram Runner.

How can I enter giveaways hosted by the Diesel Brothers?


  • Promotion Period: The Promotion begins on October 1, 2020 at 12:00 a.m. Mountain Time (“MT”) and expires on October 31, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. MT (the “Promotion Period”).
  • How to Participate:
  • Without making a purchase or redeeming Diesel Club Points, legibly handprint your name, street address, city, state or province, zip or postal code, country, telephone number, and complete e-mail address on a standard 4 x 6 postcard (with no outer envelope) and mail to: O.U.R. Truck Giveaway, P.O. Box 2670, Salt Lake City, UT 84110 USA (“Mail-in Entry). Requests for mail-in entries must be received by November 9, 2020. All Mail-in Entries must be handwritten in legible handwriting (including addressing), addressed separately with no outer envelope, and include enough postage. The Promotion Parties are not responsible for lost, late, misdirected, stolen, illegible, inaccurate, damaged, incomplete, non-delivered, or postage-due mail, or for failure or unavailability of electronic equipment, communications, or Internet connections, or for any other errors, failures, or malfunctions. EACH MAIL-IN ENTRY REQUEST WILL RECEIVE TWENTY-FIVE (25) ENTRIES.

What faith do the Diesel Brothers follow?

Diesel Dave, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and co-host of Discovery Channel’s “Diesel Brothers,” was just sealed to his family in an LDS temple.

Diesel Dave stated in a Facebook post that has now been shared over 1,200 times, “For those of you who don’t know, we are LDS a.k.a. Mormons.”

Why did the Diesel Brothers series come to an end?

Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, a Utah advocacy group, filed a complaint against the shop in 2016. They argued that their actions were illegal under federal law. What kind of action, you might wonder? We’ve all seen those diesel vehicles with black smoke billowing from their exhaust. That isn’t technically legal because it is in violation of emission and pollution regulations. However, if you want a truck with a lot of horsepower, you’ll need to remove the restrictive pollution and emission controls. At the shop, that’s exactly what was going on.

The advocacy group went so far as to buy a customized vehicle from the Diesel Brothers simply to put it to the test. When compared to a factory-built truck, the data showed that this particular truck emitted 36 times the pollutants and 21 times the particle matter.

A Utah emission inspector testified in 2018 that the Diesel Brothers vehicle had been modified unlawfully. As a result of the judge’s decision, the business was barred from performing the same alterations on future truck builds.

The case was finally closed in March 2020. Three members of the Diesel Brothers crew (David Sparks, Keaton Hoskins, and Joshua Stuart) were fined $850,000 as a result of the investigation. Judge Robert Shelby ruled that the business had broken the Clean Air Act and disobeyed a 2018 injunction. Although this appears to be a hefty fine, it could have been considerably worse because they were still under the maximum amount allowed.